Our physicians are experts at the clinical treatment of the embarrassing, frustrating skin condition known as acne.
After diagnosing the condition (mild, moderate or severe), we’re equipped to provide the latest and most effective treatment approaches, to help control the condition.
All levels of acne may require prescription medications, topical and oral antibiotics.
Complexity of diagnosis and treatment is one reason why acne, though often thought of as an adolescent-phase condition, should be treated by knowledgeable, trained professionals.
Sometimes acne treatment requires a dermatologist’s help. Acne outbreaks--even severe acne—
can be treated and controlled through the use of prescription medications, topical and oral
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Advanced Dermatology provides a compassionate, efficient approach to basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma skin cancers.
Pre-cancers and skin cancers may be treated through photo rejuvenation using BLU-U® Blue Light Photodynamic Therapy.
Moles are common; however, moles that start to grow, bleed, or itch, should be checked by a dermatologist to rule out melanoma skin cancer.
Dermatitis, often called eczema, is an inflammation of the skin characterized by dry skin, irritation, itching and scaling.
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition typically involving the face and often appearing as redness.
Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition characterized by red, often scaly, plaques that can be tender and itchy.
Acne outbreaks can be treated through the use of prescription medications, topical and oral antibiotics.
A wart is generally a small, rough growth, typically on hands and feet caused by a viral infection.